A year ago this month, Russian forces invaded the territory of Georgia; five days of heavy military conflict and damage to all sides ensued.
Monthly Archives For August 2009
How is the recession affecting the free-spending habits of America’s colleges and universities?
It depends on who you ask.
This July, in reaction to comments made by President Obama in May, the Center for American Progress (CAP) convened a panel to discuss postsecondary educational attainment entitled “Working Learners.”
A state Freedom of Information Act request for official information on the foreign travel of University of Illinois Professor Bill Ayers has disclosed trips to Taiwan, Germany, and Amsterdam for “educational” purposes over the last several years, but nothing to Venezuela, which is where we know that he was in 2006, propagandizing for Hugo Chavez.
More Catholic history that you can’t get in Catholic schools.
It appears that the writers at the Center for American Progress (CAP) can dish it out but they can’t take it.
Students today walk a fine line between comedy and tragedy.
Last Thursday, August 6, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) hosted a presentation by resident scholar Andrew Biggs on his paper entitled “The Case for Simplying Social Security Benefits.”
A reader with some background on the subject offers a few insights.
Is the federal government harassing a Catholic school for being Catholic?